The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 3, July 1899 - April, 1900 Page: 289
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Afairs of the Association. 289
These papers were all read with the exception of that by Judge
Reagan, who was unavoidably absent. One lof them appeared in the
January QUARTERLY, and another is printed in this number.
At the 'business meeting the following resolution, recommended by
the Council ,at the annual 'meeting in June, 1899, but through an
oversight not presented for a vote to the Association, was adopted:
Resolved, That the work of Mrs. Margaret Hadley Foster in the
Houston Post in rousing an interest in Texas history among the chil-
dren of the State is highly commended by the Association.
A large number of new names was added to the list of members.
By vote of the Fellows present, the following were elected to Fel-
lowship; Mrs. Adele B. Looscan, Houston; Judge O. W. Williams,
Fort Stockton; Rudolph Kleberg, Jr., Brownsville.
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